Government document, undated tour program for NASA site in Florida. Based on the chronology of completed launches poster estimates that it was printed around 1970. Topics: NASA, space race, travel brochures
Radio Orphans music video Monkeys' Dance contains the story of Ham the space monkey. The race for space is in full swing. Watch as Ham partakes in Project Mercury experiments that eventully prepare him for a flight into outer space where he performs his assigened tasks flawlessly. Topics: space race, space monkeys, ham, music video
In Their Own Words: The Space Race Copyright, First Person Productions, LLC The Apollo, Gemini, and Mercury Missions The Space Age: a time of Sputnik and Saturn rockets, populated by men with names such as Glenn and Gagarin. Now you can relive the countdown with In Their Own Words: The Space Race The Apollo, Mercury, and Gemini Missions, an unparalleled 7 CD audio suite that provides unfettered access to authentic Mission Control transmissions and interviews with the men behind them. In... Topics: Apollo, Mercury, Gemini, Nasa, Moon, Space Race
Major Yuri Gagarin – Conquest Of Space Record subtitled "Historical Documentary Record Of The First manned Space-Orbit Flight By Major Yuri Gagarin". Commemorative mono record released in collaboration with Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga, U.S.S.R. with acknowledgements to the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Topics: space, nasa, ussr, soviet union, yuri, gagarin, space race
National Archives description: "Headlines in the New York Times: "Soviet Fires Earth Satellite Into Space". Zoom to lead article. "Soviet Goes All Out On Satellite Bonanza". (Oct 1, 1957) CU, insert: "New Space Conquest Can Now Be Forseen". CU, insert: "Science Looks Ahead In Geophysical Year". Picture and sketches of the explorer in orbit in the Sunday NY Times. CU of map indicating Explorer satellite in orbit. Headline: "Soviet Gives Satellite... Topics: Space Race, Cold War, Sputnik, Explorer 1, DARPA
This voyage, manned by astronauts Frank Borman, James A. Lovell, and William A. Anders, was man's first to another celestial body, and included an orbit around the Moon on Christmas Day, 1968. Also featured on this episode are air-to-ground tapes of the astronauts' descriptions of the mission, as well as onboard photography of the Earth, Moon and intravehicular activity. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NASA, apollo, apollo 8, apollo program, moon, space race
Created in 1964, this historic NASA film which aired as an hour-long TV special, discusses the "headline of tomorrow" -- American astronauts landing on the Moon. It then discusses what is being done to make that happen. Animations show how the Apollo mission may work, and designs of the various components including the lunar module and command module, are shown. The various divisions of NASA are also shown, and the wide myriad of research being conducted at the agency to advance the... Topics: NASA, Space race, Kennedy space center, Apollo program, Gemini program
Sigma 7 - 7" by Nelson Doubleday, Inc. Recorded At – Cape Canaveral Narrator [Astronaut] – Walter M. Schirra Narrator [In Mercury Control] – Lt. Col. John A. Powers Producer – Ward Botsford NASA's Project Mercury liftoff on October 3, 1962. This recording was made by Nelson Doubleday, Inc. and Vox Productions, Inc. on location at Cape Canaveral specially for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Astronaut Walter M. Schirra is the son of stunt flier parents. He's always been intrigued... Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, mercury, gemini, space, moon, Sigma 7
Not necessarily the best song ever written about Laika the dog. recorded in Mie-ken, Japan in July 2005 and originally released in the fall of the same year, but then Jeff remixed it sometime in the spring of 2006, and that's the version you are getting here written and produced by Up Up Down Down, additional lyrics by Joshua "Ben" "Winnipeg" Jones UUDD were a drum kit, 3 guitars, a bass guitar, and a keyboard, variously operated by Ewan Dawson, Ben Ehlers, Jen Gwiazdowski,... Topics: indie rock, pop, up up down down, space race, laika
Aurora 7 - 7" by Nelson Doubleday, Inc. Made by Vox Productions, Inc. on location at Cape Canaveral specially for NELSON-DOUBLEDAY, INC. Narrative documenting the audio of the USA AURORA 7 NASA SPACE FLIGHT, which was launched on May 24, 1962. The Aurora 7 capsule was manned and piloted by Lt. Commander M. Scott Carpenter, U.S.Navy. Narration is by Lt. Col. John A. Powers, in Mercury Contrrol. Courtesy of your Rambler Dealers. Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, mercury, gemini, space, moon, Aurora 7
Man On The Moon: The Flight Of Apollo 11 Designed By – Jack Purtle Liner Notes – Vic Petkoff Narrator – Roy Neal Producer – Pete Kline Voice – Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin, Jr., Michael Collins, Neil A. Armstrong Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, NBC, mercury, gemini, space
On this mission, astronauts Jim McDivit, Dave Scott and Rusty Scweickart focus on testing the Lunar Module, the spacecraft that will land men on the Moon, in Earth orbit. Featured are sequences of launch, rendezvous, extravehicular activity and the Earth's terrain. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NASA, apollo, apollo 9, apollo program, moon, space race, spaceflight
We Came in Peace for All Mankind - Elect Jim Keysor! Private pressing LP for promotion of the assemblyman "Jim Keysor" running for office. Side 01 - Sputnik I, Project Mercury, Yuri Gargarin, Pres. Kennedy, Allen Shepard, John Glenn, Project Gemini, Project Apollo Side 02 - Apollo 11: Countdown, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Edwin Aldrin, JR., Lift Off, Earth Orbit, To The Moon, Moon Orbit, Moon Landing, Moon Exploration, Trip Home Narration: Ron Hayes Written By: Marilyn... Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, jim keysor, mercury, gemini, space
We Came In Peace For All Mankind - Decca DL 79172 Artwork By – Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp. Narrator – Peter Thomas Voice – Edward White, Edwin Aldrin, Eugene Cernan, Frank Borman, James Lovell, John F. Kennedy, John Glenn, John Young, Lyndon B. Johnson, Michael Collins, Neil Armstrong, Thomas Stafford, Thomas O. Paine*, Virgil "Gus" Grissom*, William Anders, Yuri Gagarin Written-By – William Hines Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, Decca, mercury, gemini, space, moon
DA Pam 165-15 Missiles and ventures into space: Progress report, 1961-1962 Pam 70-5-11 Pamphlet No. 70-5-11 MISSILES AND VENTURES INTO SPACE PROGRESS REPORT 1962-1963 HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, D.C., 1 October 1963 I. UNITED STATES 1 A. Trends in the National Effort 1 1. Miscellaneous Aspects 1 2. Budgetary Aspects 2 3. Economic Impact 2 4. National Security: Policy and Strategy 3 B. Missiles/Space Projects and Programs g 1. Miscellaneous Information 6 2. Anti-Missile... Topics: Astronautics, Guided missiles -- Bibliography, Astronautics -- Bibliography, Department of the Army...
This historic NASA film shows the Apollo 7 mission -- the first mission in the United States' Apollo program to carry a crew into space. It was also the first U.S. spaceflight to carry astronauts since the flight of Gemini XII in November 1966. The AS-204 mission, also known as "Apollo 1", was intended to be the first manned flight of the Apollo program, scheduled to launch in February 1967. However, a fire in the cabin during a January 1967 test killed the crew. Manned flights were... Topics: NASA, Apollo program, Apollo 7, kennedy Space Center, 1968, space race
DA PAM 70-5-1 Missiles, Rockets, and Satellites: Volume I, U.S.S.R. 1958-06-16. A. Soviet Missile Diplomacy 1 B. Space Flight 2 C. I. G. Y. Participation 3 D. The Missile Program 4 1. General Aspects 4 2. Missile Sites and Installations 5 3. Missiles and Rockets of the Armed Forces 5 a. ICBM and IRBM 7 E. Earth Satellites 8 1. Miscellaneous Aspects 8 2. Sputniks 9 a. General Aspects 9 b. Descriptive Data 10 c. Tracking 11 d. Launching 11 e. Implications and U. S. Reactions 12" Digitized by... Topics: Department of the Army Pamphlet, DA pam, Cold War, Space Race
Celebrating the 50th year of the Langley Research Center, this NASA film highlights the many innovations and discoveries made from 1917 through 1967. Langley Research Center (LaRC) is the oldest of NASA's field centers, located in Hampton, Virginia, United States. It directly borders Poquoson, Virginia and Langley Air Force Base. LaRC focuses primarily on aeronautical research, though the Apollo lunar lander was flight-tested at the facility and a number of high-profile space missions have... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NASA, Apollo program, President John F. Kennedy, NACA, Space race, VTOL, landing gear test
This pictorial history of the Kennedy Space Center begins with the first test firing of a rocket motor in 1951. It then goes on to contrast the primitive launch facilities of that era to the Kennedy Space Center complex of the Apollo program. The Kennedy Space Center was created for the Apollo manned lunar landing program, and has evolved to meet the changing needs of America's manned space program. At NASA's creation in 1958 during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, its... Topics: Kennedy Space Center, Apollo program, Cape Canaveral, Florida, space race, rocket, missile, U.S....
Narrator – Lt. Col. John A. Powers Producer – Ward Botsford This recording was made by VOX PRODUCTIONS, INC. on location at Cape Canaveral specially for NELSON DOUBLEDAY, INC. Place - Pad 14, Cape Canaveral Date - February 20, 1962 Topics: space race, nasa, apollo, mercury, gemini, space, moon, john glenn, friendship 7
Season 9 of the Fireball Run Road Rally is coming to Queen Anne's County on September 27, 2015. Learn more about the event at www.fireballrun.com. Topics: Maryland, Centreville, Queen Anne's County TV, QACTV, Government Access TV, Community Media, PEG,...
Celebrating the 50th year of the Langley Research Center, this NASA film highlights the many innovations and discoveries made from 1917 through 1967. Langley Research Center (LaRC) is the oldest of NASA's field centers, located in Hampton, Virginia, United States. It directly borders Poquoson, Virginia and Langley Air Force Base. LaRC focuses primarily on aeronautical research, though the Apollo lunar lander was flight-tested at the facility and a number of high-profile space missions have been... Topics: NASA, Apollo program, John F. Kennedy, VTOL, National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics, Langley...
This company report from Aerojet General Corporation shows it in its prime as a defense and industrial contractor that also supported the U.S. space program. The Azusa plant where the company started is shown, along with the Nerva Nuclear Rocket Engine program, and various aspects of the company's production from ablative coatings to astrionics, oceanics and torpedo divisions, an anti-cavitation device known as a Hydrocket, the Ordnance Division in Downey that developed the Nike-Hercules... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Theodore Von Karman, Aerojet, Rocket Engine, Rocket, Engine, Azusa, Intercontinental Ballistic...
the story of the US Space Program, from the early days of the space race with the Soviet Union to the first moon landing in 1969. Includes interviews wth astronauts and ground staff. Topics: Man On The Moon, US Space Program, Soviet Union, Space Race, NASA, Apollo 11, History, Space...
Michael Neufeld talked about his book Von Braun: Dreamer of Space, Engineer of War , Mr. Neufeld chronicles the life of Wernher von Braun (1912-1977), a key developer of the Nazi and the post-war American rocket programs. Mr. Neufeld talked about the importance of von Braun’s creation of the V-1 and V-2 missile system and his involvement in the U.S. space race with the Soviet Union. He focused on how von Braun became a member of the Nazi Party and the effect this had on the rest of... Topics: The Life & Times, Wernher Von Braun, Michael Neufeld, History, Space Race, NASA, Saturn V,...
byDavid Cox, John Smalley, Zach Fisher, Jono Jones, Jonathan Parnell,
Part 2 of a 3 part 'Rocket Opera' about the Cold War and the Space Race by David Cox, (composer) John Smalley (composer & arranger), Jono Jones (arranger), guitar, Jonathan Parnell, percussion, Zachary Fisher Wind instruments Topics: Cosmonauts on the Moon, Cold War, Space Race, John Smalley, David Cox, Jono Jones, Zachary Fisher,...